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I've already posted in Division thread here but will ask (since everyone there seems to run Intel):

Anyone playing The Division by any chance and getting constant CTDs?
Been like that since I reinstalled the game on Ryzen build. Tried the usual suspects like stock clocks and even Windows reinstall but no help.

Sometimes can play for 2-3 hours even but ctds more often than not, usually after 10-15 mins of play.
I play The Division a lot. Currently running 4.0 GHz with 2 x 16 GB Ram (2933 MHz) with SOC Voltage at 1.13**. I have no crashes atm. If I run SOC Voltage at 1.125 I also have CTD's in Division. But I suspect it's related to 16 GB double sided ram not stable @ 2933 MHz with 1.125 SOC voltage. The 16 GB modules are 3200 MHz with 14-14-14-14-34 timings. I'm currently running them with 16-16-16-16-36 timings. If I try to go any higher than 2933 MHz it fails to boot and I have to clear CMOS to get it going again. It's been several days since my last CTD. In BIOS 0805 (AGESA 1.0.0.6a) SOC defaults to 1.1v. after a BIOS flash. But interestingly after clearing CMOS it defaults to 0.8*** again

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AsiJu
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Default Yesterday, 22:41 | posts: 3,470 | Location: Finland

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I play The Division a lot. Currently running 4.0 GHz with 2 x 16 GB Ram (2933 MHz) with SOC Voltage at 1.13**. I have no crashes atm. If I run SOC Voltage at 1.125 I also have CTD's in Division. But I suspect it's related to 16 GB double sided ram not stable @ 2933 MHz with 1.125 SOC voltage. The 16 GB modules are 3200 MHz with 14-14-14-14-34 timings. I'm currently running them with 16-16-16-16-36 timings. If I try to go any higher than 2933 MHz it fails to boot and I have to clear CMOS to get it going again. It's been several days since my last CTD. In BIOS 8.03 SOC defaults to 1.1v. after a BIOS flash. But interestingly after clearing CMOS it defaults to 0.8*** again
Hey thanks a million, that's very useful information! I'll try raising SOC voltage a bit, currently at 1.100 V with 3.85 GHz and RAM at 2933.

Ctds with stock clocks too though but that doesn't mean SOC voltage couldn't help as default SOC is very low.
   
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What is CTDs ?
I've play The Division only 3h30 total but only on my ryzen build and I don't see any issue.
   
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What is CTDs ?
I've play The Division only 3h30 total but only on my ryzen build and I don't see any issue.
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